Part Time Faculty

William Acres

William Acres

Position: Assistant Professor, PhD, FRHistS
Email: wacres@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519 438-7224 ext. 608


Research Interests

Professor Acres current work 'Breaking Trust and the New England Company at the Grand River Mission, 1827-1934' and 'John Strype, New Histories and Old Religion, 1680-1737'


Jonathan Bayer

Jonathan Bayer

Position: Lecturer
Email: jbayer@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 83645

 


Michael S. Fulton

Michael Fulton

Position: Assistant Professor
Email:mfulton8@uwo.ca 


Professor Fulton studies the history and archaeology of conflict during the Middle Ages, focusing primarily on the crusades and interactions in the Levant during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. His current research projects relate to the contest for control of Egypt in the late twelfth century and the history and development of the great castle of Kerak in Transjordan. 


Sara Khorshid

Peter V. Krats

Position: Lecturer
Email: skhorshi@uwo.ca 
Office: Stevenson Hall 2160

Research Interests

Decolonization and postcolonialism in the 20th century; the cultural history of the Cold War; modern Middle Eastern history; modern Egyptian history; popular culture and history; 20th-century American history; transnational history; Arab-Western encounters

Sara Khorshid has also studied Canadian history and Canadian gender history extensively.


Don Spanner

Don Spanner

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: dspanner@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext.83645


Research Interests

Professor Spanner's research interests include Archival Studies, Reference Services and Outreach Development, Conservation and Preservation Management and Ontario History 


Cary Takagaki

Cary Takagaki

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: ctakagak@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 80155
Office: LWH 2244

Research Interests

Professor Takagaki's research interests include East Asian Studies and Japanese Studies.


Jeffery Vacante

Jeffery Vacante

Position: Adjunct Assistant Professor
Email: jvacant2@uwo.ca
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. 89269
Office: LWH 2218

Research Interests

Professor Vacante is a Canadian historian who specializes in the intellectual, political, and gender history of Quebec. His work examines Quebec nationalism in the twentieth century.

Master's and Co-Doctoral Level supervisory privileges